Extract from Cambridge dictionary
- to make or become different
- to get off a train, bus, etc. and catch another in order to continue a journey
The process of giving expert advice on a particular subject or activity.
- human centred
- holistic view
- phenomenological attitude
- value- & meaning oriented
Comes from Latin "existere":
- step forward
- show yourself
- become visible
Complicated or Complex
Complicated problems or systems are 'large' but still solvable or deterministic.
Complex problems or systems have emergent properties and behaviour (such as self-organisation) that makes them non-deterministic / non-solvable, regardless of e.g. the amount of computing power available.
Lean thinking is a business methodology that aims to provide a new way of thinking about how to organize human activities to deliver more benefits to society and value to individuals while eliminating (reducing?) waste.
- a series of actions that you take in order to achieve a result
- a series of changes that happen naturally
- a method of producing goods in a factory by treating natural substances
The process of exchanging and supporting at eye level.
Also: good to know the extract from Cambridge dictionary
- to practise boxing, without hitting hard
- to argue
The process of learning the skills you need to do a particular job or activity
Stackexchange: What is the difference between "complicated" and "complex"?
Wikipedia: Lean thinking